Quoting Summerfrost:" It's pretty normal when they're really little to worry about that stuff. My first baby was stillborn, ... [snip!] ... certain time period.. i think it's 30 seconds or something like that. That was just about the only thing that helped me sleep. "I'm so sorry about your first born. I couldn't imagine. And I would have been the same way with the second. I have read about those, I think I might give it a try. I'm so paranoid I want to get a co-sleeper. But I have no idea how safe those are.
Quoting Christina Getty:" It's really normal. I still worry about it and my LO is 6 months old...the risk does go down after six ... [snip!] ... months but I still go into her room and check on her literally like every 15mins. Just have a bassinet in the room with you."I have her right next to the bed. I wake up so much through the night though. I don't sleep well because I worry about her. I know its normal.. I just don't want to obsess over it. I want to just enjoy her.
Quoting KyliesMommy2012:" I have her right next to the bed. I wake up so much through the night though. I don't sleep well because ... [snip!] ... don't sleep well because I worry about her. I know its normal.. I just don't want to obsess over it. I want to just enjoy her."
Quoting Christina Getty:" i said the same thing..I want to be able to enjoy her...but in all honesty...I did enjoy her when I ... [snip!] ... up sooo much through out the night too to check on her..all i can say is that it will get better with time. how old is she?"You just explained me completely. I am perfectly fine throughout the day. I enjoy and cherish all my time with her. But as soon as night rolls around, my paranoia sets in. I start worrying about any little sound she's making and when she's sleeping I wake up so much to check on her. I fight my sleep as much as I can to just sit up and watch her.